Monthly Archives: March 2017

Have You Gone Too Far?

I’ve probably touched on this subject enough last week since I mentioned darkness and torture.  So, this time I’m only going to leave a question here for people to reply to in the comments.  Primarily because I won’t be around … Continue reading

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…when minor characters loom large in an Author’s narratives…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…there’s no doubt major characters in a novel carry the storyline to the reader-at-large… the confluence of their highs and lows (in the scribblers’ jargon – ‘the crisis – the solution – the next crisis…

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New on the Shelves – Author C.S. Boyack

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Welcome to another new author on the shelves of the bookstore. C.S. Boyack is a prolific author and popular blogger who supports Indie authors in a number of ways, including with his entertaining and…

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Legends of Windemere: Ritual of the Lost Lamb Volunteer Request

This is going to be quick.  I do have a list of volunteers who say they’re always willing to help and I just have to send the email.  I’m very thankful for that help because it wipes away some of … Continue reading

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What is the Ritual of the Lost Lamb?

Some people might be surprised to learn that there is a ritual within the pages of Legends of Windemere: Ritual of the Lost Lamb.  Before people start hurling bibles at me, it isn’t a real one because our world doesn’t have … Continue reading

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Opening Scene: Ichabod Brooks & the Phantom Archer

After a long journey down a road that he is sure had more bumps than a wart-covered toad, Ichabod Brooks is happy to pull himself out of the carriage. The dark-skinned man pauses in the doorway to enjoy the warm … Continue reading

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Princess of the Light: A Success Story and a Sale! #POTL #99cents #TuesdayBookBlog

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Danny Introduces a Friend…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Good morning, everybody. It is I, your favorite dog, Danny the Dog. I thought I’d do something a little different this month and not complain about my human, Andrew. He…

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Guest robot: Lisa Burton – An invitation

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
How much would you pay to reach a potential audience of say, a hundred thousand readers? And what if, instead, you could do that for FREE, with no strings attached? Writers need…

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7 Leadership Tips from the Benevolent Baron Arthuru Kernaghan

So, I’ve been given an opportunity to talk and share my centuries of wisdom.  This entire thing is rather quaint, but I can see the appeal.  I was told to talk about what I know best, which is apparently being … Continue reading

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